I think their recent cover versions have, by and large, been half-arsed.
I can only think, off the top of my head, of I Cried For Us as being really good. The imperial covers, from Always On My Mind to Go West were, ironically enough, original, exciting, and dramatic reinterpretations. The rot set in with Somewhere, which was over-the-top but joyless, a PSB cover-by-numbers. I thought the My Girl and Viva La Vida efforts were really poor karaoke tracks designed for no more than drunken entertainment, if that's your thing, and Glad All Over grimly horrifying.
The Springsteen track on Electric works well enough in the context of that album, but I rarely play it outside of that. The Bee Gees cover seems popular, but I've never really taken to it. That's probably just me. But nobody will tell me that Glad All Over isn't something to be quickly buried in remote scrubland at the foot of the Dublin mountains and never spoken of again.
The pale kid that hides in the attic behind his PC...